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On my site in localhost, why a simple "error" doesn't pass/permit to do anything at all? WordPress site "error"

I browsed the homepage of the project localhost/creative/, it's Ok. After then, I entered localhost/creative/wp-admin and it goes into "error". Then I tried the homepage again: that's go wrong too: "error".

I retried:

  • Clearing browser cache & history
  • Using different browsers, etc.
  • Waiting for 5 minutes, and then 10...

And SUDDENLY it's back on. :)

But the question is: WHY? Because, this is not the first time, it happened several times, before. :(

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    This is a server/plugin issue; the message is not from WordPress. – fuxia Jul 27 '13 at 11:37
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    Can you post what's in the PHP error_log? You should also turn WP_debug in your wp_config.php. add this to the top: define('WP_DEBUG', true); – David Kryzaniak Jul 27 '13 at 18:50
  • @DavidKryzaniak: Thanks. I figured out the bug with the debug true, that it's generating by any of three plugins. I renamed the plugins folder to plugins1, and it's live again. I'll consider this solution for next other error in any of my upcoming site inshALLAH. Thanks a lot for your assistance of idea. :) – Mayeenul Islam Jul 29 '13 at 4:09
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I figured out the bug with enabling the debug (as suggested by David Kryzaniak):

define('WP_DEBUG', true);

Found the bug, it's generating by any of three plugins. I renamed the plugins folder to plugins1, and it's live again.

EDIT

Found a Tutorial on how to proceed on such error from Tuts+, anybody interested in :

There are issues discussed like:

  1. Checking Your Plugins
  2. Increasing the PHP Memory Limit
  3. Replacing the Theme
  4. Enabling Debug Mode

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